Apple-Previous leaks indicated that Apple decided to postpone the launch of the iPhone 12 series for two months, and today a new report came to confirm that Apple is preparing to start mass production in July.
The iPhone 12 series is running a lot of leaks in the recent period, but Apple has not confirmed the date of the launch of the new releases yet.
In the latest reports published today, Apple revealed plans to start mass production of the iPhone 12 series of phones during the month of July, as some forecasts indicate that Apple will start production of all versions of the iPhone 12 at the end of next month.
Apple’s releases this year will include 4 iPhone phones that include the iPhone 12 which features a 5.4-inch size in BOE OLED screen, with an A14 chip and support for 5G networks, a dual camera, with 4 GB RAM, and a storage capacity model 128 GB at $ 649, and a 256 GB storage model at $ 749.
The iPhone 12 Pro, which features a 6.1-inch screen in Samsung’s OLED screen, also comes with an A14 chip and support for 5G networks, a triple camera with LiDAR, with 6 GB RAM, a 128 GB storage model at $ 999, and a storage capacity model 256 GB at a price of $ 1099, and a model with a storage capacity of 512 GB at a price of $ 1299.
Also features the iPhone 12 Pro Max phone size of 6.7 inches in the OLED screen from Samsung, with A14 chip and support for 5G networks, and triple camera with LiDAR, with 6 GB RAM, with a model with a storage capacity of 128 GB at a price of $ 1099, and a model with a storage capacity 256 GB at a price of $ 1199, and a model with a storage capacity of 512 GB at a price of $ 1399.
It also features a 6.1-inch iPhone 12, Max, in BOE OLED screen, with A14 chip and support for 5G networks, and a dual camera, with 4 GB of RAM, with a model with a storage capacity of 128 GB at a price of $ 749, and a model with a storage capacity of 256 GB Priced at 849 dollars.
Apple’s iPhone naming plans have been confusing ever since the iPhone 8 debuted alongside the iPhone X in 2017,
skipping the iPhone 9 entirely. Apple continued on with the confusing naming scheme in 2018 with the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR, but things became clearer in 2019 with the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max.
Apple previously did a numerical increase and then an “S” year, but because the changes expected in 2020 are so significant, it’s unlikely that we’re going to get an iPhone 11S or similar, and much more likely that we’re going to see an iPhone 12.
If the lower-end followup to the iPhone 11 is named the iPhone 12 (which is what we’ll be calling it), then we can expect the two higher-end devices that are coming in 2020 to be the iPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max. Below are the names that Apple has used since the iPhone first launched in 2007:
- 2007 – iPhone
- 2008 – iPhone 3G
- 2009 – iPhone 3GS
- 2010 – iPhone 4 (new design)
- 2011 – iPhone 4s
- 2012 – iPhone 5 (new design)
- 2013 – iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c
- 2014 – iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus (new design)
- 2015 – iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus
- 2016 – iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus
- 2017 – iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X (new design)
- 2018 – iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max
- 2019 – iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max
Of course, until the new devices are released, there’s no confirmation that these new devices are set to be called the iPhone 12, 12 Pro, and 12 Pro Max, but it’s the guess that makes the most sense at this time.